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England duo Mount, Chilwell to isolate until June 28, will miss Czech game

London (AFP) – England will be without Chelsea duo Mason Mount and Ben Chilwell for their final Euro 2020 Group D match on Tuesday against the Czech Republic and potentially their last-16 tie, after the... Visit http://www.majorleaguesoccertalk.com for the rest of the story.
Tags: England, London, Sport, Czech Republic, Soccer, Chelsea, Ben Chilwell, Afp, Mason Mount, Mount Chilwell


InoBat Invests in Electric Vehicle Charging Systems Maker AgeVolt

LONDON (Reuters) - Electric vehicle battery maker InoBat has invested in Slovakia-based charging systems specialist AgeVolt to supply the European...
Tags: London, Slovakia, Reuters Electric, InoBat


UK Factories See Fastest Output Growth on Record, Price Pressure Growing - CBI

LONDON (Reuters) - British manufacturers reported the strongest growth in output on record but also expect to raise their prices at the fastest...
Tags: UK, London, Reuters


Global stocks edge higher as investors focus on post-pandemic era growth, while bitcoin continues to slide

Johannes Eisele/AFP/Getty Images Global stocks rose slightly on Tuesday after investors digested the Fed's messages. Chairman Jerome Powell reiterated economic support and said the job market should pick up. Bitcoin continued to slide after China ordered banks to block crypto-related transactions. Sign up here for our daily newsletter, 10 Things Before the Opening Bell. Global stocks rose slightly on Tuesday even after a number of key Federal Reserve speakers reminded market particip...
Tags: Hong Kong, Europe, London, Youtube, China, Nikkei, Trends, Frankfurt, Bitcoin, Williams, Shanghai, Ubs, Deutsche Bank, Tokyo, Boris Johnson, Federal Reserve


London Underground to Gain Full Mobile Phone Coverage by 2024

London Underground passengers will be able to get mobile coverage across the rail network by the end of 2024, it has been announced. In a press release, Transport for London (TfL) said the capital's Oxford Circus, Tottenham Court Road and Bank stations would be among the first fully connected stations by the end of the year, followed by Tottenham Court Road, Euston, and Camden Town by the end of 2022. Mobile reception was introduced on the eastern half of the Jubilee line in March last year....
Tags: London, United Kingdom, Bank, London Underground, Sadiq Khan, Oxford Circus, Camden Town, Euston, Oxford Circus Tottenham Court Road, Tottenham Court Road Euston, BAI Communications BAI


Global stocks wobble as investors focus on post-pandemic era growth, while bitcoin continues to slide

Johannes Eisele/AFP/Getty Images Global stocks showed signs of choppiness on Tuesday after investors digested the Fed's messages. Chairman Jerome Powell reiterated economic support and said the job market should pick up. Bitcoin continued to slide after China ordered banks to block crypto-related transactions. Sign up here for our daily newsletter, 10 Things Before the Opening Bell. Global stocks wavered on Tuesday even after a number of key Federal Reserve speakers reminded market p...
Tags: Hong Kong, Europe, London, Youtube, China, Nikkei, Trends, Frankfurt, Bitcoin, Williams, Shanghai, Ubs, Deutsche Bank, Tokyo, Boris Johnson, Federal Reserve


Why Soucek will touch the crossbar & pay special attention to his wrists before the England game

Soucek superstitions Having already qualified along with England, the Czech Republic’s match against their final group game opponents will not need to rely on any form of luck.However, this will not stop one of their most important players carrying out his multitude of matchday rituals.Before each match, West Ham and Czech Republic midfielder Tomas Soucek has a number of rituals. Heading to the right goal, the midfielder winks and then touches the crossbar. He explains he has done this since his...
Tags: England, London, Sport, Czech Republic, Soccer, West Ham United, Arsenal, Finland, Rangers, West Ham, Uefa, Fulham, Mike Dean, Sou, Craven Cottage, Kamara


More than 3,500 women have reported period changes after their COVID-19 vaccine - but people should still get their shot, leading experts say

A person receives the AstraZeneca vaccine in Bologna, Italy on March 19, 2021. Michele Lapini/Getty Images People have reported heavier periods, delayed periods, or unexpected vaginal bleeding after a COVID-19 vaccine. But leading experts said these changes were mild and shouldn't deter people from getting a shot. The reports do not necessarily mean that COVID-19 vaccines change the menstrual cycle. See more stories on Insider's business page. Some women have reported changes to th...
Tags: Health, UK, Science, London, News, Trends, Healthcare, HPV, Astrazeneca, Vaccine, Sunday Times, Male, Ward, Imperial College, Brien, OB GYN


Five Emerging Markets to Benefit Most From IMF's SDR Move - S&P

LONDON (Reuters) - A planned $650 billion increase in the International Monetary Fund's Special Drawing Rights will restore complete reserve...
Tags: London, International Monetary Fund, Imf, Reuters


Britain's Monzo, NatWest Rapped Over Competition Rule Breaches

LONDON (Reuters) -Britain's competition watchdog has warned banks Monzo, NatWest, Virgin Money and Bank of Ireland over breaching rules requiring...
Tags: London, Britain, Reuters Britain, Monzo, Bank of Ireland, Monzo NatWest Virgin Money


The big change coming to Tesco's home-delivery service in London that will make online shopping easier - My London

The big change coming to Tesco's home-delivery service in London that will make online shopping easier   My London
Tags: London, Shopping, Tesco


Trust Comes Before EU Access for City of London - EU Finance Chief

LONDON (Reuters) - The European Union is not intent on stealing business from the City of London, but future access for Britain to the bloc's...
Tags: London, European Union, Britain, Reuters, London EU


US private hospitals eye overseas expansion in search of vast profits

Foreign forays prompt questions about why US non-profit health systems are indulging in such nakedly commercial venturesAcross the street from the Buckingham Palace Garden and an ocean away from its Ohio headquarters, Cleveland Clinic is making a nearly $1bn bet that Europeans will embrace a hospital run by one of America’s marquee health systems.Cleveland Clinic London, scheduled to open for outpatient visits later this year and for overnight stays in 2022, will primarily offer elective surgeri...
Tags: London, US, America, UK News, World news, US news, Hospitals, US healthcare, Ohio, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland Clinic London, Buckingham Palace Garden


Petrol lead still exists in London air 22 years after ban

Up to 40% of lead in airborne particles comes from the legacy of leaded petrol, researchers say.
Tags: UK, London, News


‘Creepshow’ Producer Cartel Pictures Launches Global Distribution Arm, Endeavor Content Exec Gary Marenzi Builds Team

“Creepshow” and “Twelve Forever” producer Cartel Pictures is launching a global distribution outfit, with operations based out of Los Angeles and London. Former Endeavor Content executive Gary Marenzi is building out Cartel Studios International, working alongside former CBS and Viacom executives Giovanni Pedde and Stephen Tague. The new venture will focus on the international distribution […]
Tags: London, News, Global, Los Angeles, Cbs, Viacom, Gary Marenzi, Creepshow, Shudder, Cartel Pictures, Cartel Studios International, Giovanni Pedde, Stephen Tague


AI & X-Rays Recover Lost Artworks Underneath Paintings by Picasso & Modigliani

You see above a painting by Amedeo Modigliani, a portrait of the artist’s lover Beatrice Hastings, unseen by the public until its rediscovery just this year. Or at any rate, some see that: in another sense, the image is a new or almost-new artistic creation, based on X-rays of Modigliani’s Portrait of a Girl. Underneath the paint that makes up that celebrated work lie traces enough to establish the presence of a different, earlier one beneath. But only now, after the employment of neural networ...
Tags: Art, Facebook, Technology, London, College, Barcelona, Smithsonian, Andy Warhol, Pablo Picasso, Seoul, Picasso, Hastings, Da Vinci, Vermeer, Amedeo Modigliani, Modigliani


Vaccinated Brits Could Be Back on Europe's Beaches Soon - Minister

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain is working on easing travel restrictions for the fully vaccinated to allow people to enjoy a summer holiday on Europe's...
Tags: Europe, London, Reuters Britain


Tube to get full mobile network by end of 2024, says London mayor

Sadiq Khan says work will begin soon on connecting busiest underground stations for end of next yearPassengers on the London underground will have mobile coverage throughout the network by the end of 2024, the mayor of London has said.Transport for London (TfL) said work on preparing some of the capital’s busiest stations, including Oxford Circus, Tottenham Court Road and Bank, would begin soon, and they would be among the first fully connected stations by the end of next year. Continue reading....
Tags: London, Bank, Sadiq Khan, Transport for London TfL, Oxford Circus Tottenham Court Road


Coronavirus live news: Scotland ‘unlikely’ to ease restrictions; North Korea tells WHO it has detected no cases

Sturgeon expected to delay 28 June plan; North Korea claims zero cases from 30,000 tests; US average deaths fall below 300 for first time since March 2020Are you kidding me?’ Fauci responds to rightwing attacks over emailsAustralia’s vaccine rollout ‘constrained’ by Pfizer supply shortages until AugustIndonesia tightens restrictions as it confirms record new casesSee all our coronavirus coverage 7.19am BST A community in the Philippines has been raffling off huge sacks of rice in exchange fo...
Tags: London, North Korea, Scotland, US, World news, Philippines, Cornwall, Pfizer, Scilly, Manila, Fauci, Martin Belam, UK Downing Street, Coronavirus, Sucat, Cornwall Recent


Windrush Day: 'Windrush is the big thing in the black community'

Avril Nanton and Jody Burton have released a book looking at London's black history.
Tags: UK, London, News, Avril Nanton, Jody Burton


London-Based Hedge Fund That Bet Against GameStop Shuts Down - FT

(Reuters) - A London-based hedge fund that suffered losses betting against U.S. retailer GameStop Corp during the first meme stock rally in January...
Tags: London, GameStop Corp


Covid chaos disrupts England and Scotland at Euro 2020

London (AFP) – England’s bid to win their Euro 2020 group has been thrown into chaos ahead of Tuesday’s clash with the Czech Republic after Mason Mount and Ben Chilwell were forced to isolate following... Visit http://www.majorleaguesoccertalk.com for the rest of the story.
Tags: England, London, Scotland, Sport, Czech Republic, Soccer, Ben Chilwell, Afp, Mason Mount


The UK's battle with the Delta variant may serve as a crystal ball for the US: Cases and hospitalizations could soar again

A server carries a tray of drinks from a pub in Edinburgh, Scotland, on April 26, 2021. Andrew Milligan - PA Images / Getty The UK's daily coronavirus case total has risen again due in large part to the Delta variant. In a matter of weeks, Delta will likely become the US's dominant strain, too. Experts worry the US could soon see a similar uptick in cases and hospitalizations. See more stories on Insider's business page. Summer was supposed to bring a return to normal in the UK...
Tags: UK, Science, London, News, Mississippi, Scotland, US, Alabama, Trends, Joe Biden, United Kingdom, Delta, Pfizer, Downing Street, Alpha, Public Health England


“Let’s Get Physical” sustainable activewear line is the 80s throwback we deserve

In London, sustainable apparel firm PANGAIA is set to launch an activewear line that incorporates numerous renewable materials while at the same time paying homage to the distinct, albeit occasionally regrettable, fashion trends of the 1980s.   The “Let’s Get Physical” campaign features 1980s mainstays like legwarmers and brightly colored jumpsuits and bike shorts. The line uses biobased nylon and seaweed fiber, as well as PPRMNT, a biobased odor control and antimicrobial treatment, and bioWick...
Tags: London, PANGAIA, Chemicals & Materials


Met police makes second arrest after BBC’s Nick Watt confronted on street

Man, 62, held in south London police station after footage shared online showed reporter being harassedPolice have arrested a second man on suspicion of harassing the BBC journalist Nick Watt after footage emerged online last week of the political editor being confronted and chased by a group of protesters.The Metropolitan police said a 62-year-old man was being held in custody in a south London police station on suspicion of an offence under section 4a of the Public Order Act, which covers usin...
Tags: London, UK News, Bbc, Nick Watt


One in, one out? As Arsenal close on Lokonga, Aston Villa prepare improved Smith Rowe bid

 A pair of updates surrounding potential ins-and-outs at Premier League giants Arsenal have come to the fore on Monday evening. Anderlecht starlet incoming? The first centers on a possible addition to Mikel Arteta’s ranks in the middle of the park.Recent weeks have of course seen a whole host of midfield talents tipped to arrive at the Emirates, chiefly of an attacking nature. The likes of Nabil Fekir, Emi Buendia and even James Maddison were named, at some point or another, as targets on the pa...
Tags: London, Sport, Soccer, Premier League, Aston Villa, Arsenal, Anderlecht, Emirates, Everton, Belgium, Afc, Mikel Arteta, Villa, north London, Thomas Partey, ESR


Euro 2020 Knockout Brackets Starting To Fill In

As we start to close out the group stages at this summer’s Euro 2020 competition, the knockout brackets are starting to fill in. We know that tournament favorite Belgium will meet the third place team in Groups A/D/E/F in Seville next week, while the impressive Italians will meet Austria at Wembley. There are still some massive group games to come. If England beats the Czech Republic on Tuesday they will play at Wembley for almost the whole tournament. But if they fall to second in the group, th...
Tags: Europe, England, London, Wales, France, Scotland, Germany, Spain, Sport, Euro, Rome, Czech Republic, Austria, Munich, Soccer, Wembley Stadium


Emirati rights activist Alaa Al-Siddiq dies in UK car accident

Prominent Emirati rights activist, Alaa Al-Siddiq, 33, died in a car accident near London on Saturday.
Tags: UK, London, Cnn, Alaa Al Siddiq


Crews break ground on $898 million station to connect LAX to Metro line

The new people mover under construction, left, along Century Blvd heading into LAX. Ground breaking for the new LAX Metro Connector was held Monday, June 21, 2021. The project will connect LA Metro busses and trains to LAX via the new people mover which is currently under construction, in background. (Photo by David Crane, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) Justin Erbacci, LAX CEO speaks at the ground breaking for the new LAX Metro Connector Monday, June 21, 2021. The project will connect LA Me...
Tags: Transportation, London, News, Airports, Government, Amc, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Sport, Soccer, Community, Watson, Eric Garcetti, Metro, Lax, Bradley


Italy’s PM says Euro 2020 final should be moved to Rome due to UK Covid rates

After Mario Draghi’s remarks, head of Italian football federation says they are not seeking to move matchItaly’s prime minister Mario Draghi has said he wants the final of the European football championships to be held in Rome rather than in London, because of Britain’s rising number of coronavirus infections.Asked during a news conference in Berlin if he was in favour of the move, Draghi said: “Yes … I will try to stop the final being held in a country where infections are rising quickly.” Con...
Tags: UK, London, Germany, Berlin, Mario Draghi, Rome, Britain, Italy, European Championship, Draghi, Euro 2020, Coronavirus